West Hollwood

Tranquil And Romantic West Hollywood Residence

Tranquil And Romantic West Hollywood Residence

“The word I use to define the home is irreplaceable,” says Max Nelson of The Agency, who is listing this luxe, Montecito-style compound in West Hollywood for $23 million. “It’s a true one-of-a-kind; there’s nothing like it in the entire city.”

In addition to its oasis-like setting in the heart of one of L.A.’s most vibrant neighborhoods—just moments from the city’s best shops, restaurants, galleries and entertainment—the warm and welcoming property offers four separate structures providing just under 10,000 square feet of cohesive living space, along with a sprawling, lushly landscaped plot of terra firma that features a peek at the storied neon Hollywood sign in the distance.

“One of the most unique elements to the property is the double-lot element and the expanse of the grounds,” adds Nelson. “The compound site is approximately twice the size of the next largest lot in the area…no other residential property in WeHo offers this experience.”

Situated at 948 N. Orlando Ave., on a highly desirable street with views of the Hollywood Hills, the gated residence was newly revitalized in 2018 by designer and current owner Morgan Brown, replete with a duo of single-family residences, guest house, and gym.


Among the highlights: eight bedrooms and 10 baths, as well as a “custom screening room that stands out based on the materials chosen and overall vibe,” says Nelson, “and a gym that has a real vintage feel to it that you don’t see every day.”

Yet other show-stopping details include extraordinary, custom handmade steel windows, designer lighting and soaring beamed ceilings throughout, along with an intriguing stone-encased den ideal for relaxing.

Outdoors, the magical park-like grounds are dotted with mature olive trees, multiple fountains and al fresco dining areas, fire pits, a lap pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, and last but definitely not least, a professional skate park.


Max Nelson of The Agency

List Price $23 million


Lily Collins’ West Hollywood Condo for Sale — Asking $2.9M

Sierra Towers Features 1,700 SqFt of Living Space

Actress and model Lily Collins (daughter of Phil Collins) has her West Hollywood condo for sale $2.995 million. According to the L.A. Times, the corner unit is situated in Sierra Towers and features about 1,700 square feet of open living space including a single master suite boasting a custom walk-in closet/dressing room and built-in office, as well as living and dining areas, a wet bar and an updated kitchen. 

Walls of windows feature views from Downtown L.A. to Century City, while a private terrace extends the living area outdoors. View other Westside celebrities homes here. 

List Price: $2.995 million
Agent: Josh Flagg of Rodeo Realty
Photos by: Rodeo Realty 
About Josh Flagg — 

“Josh Flagg is one of America’s most successful and sought-after luxury real estate agents, having completed more than two billion dollars in residential real estate sales in the past 13 years. As of 2015, Flagg has become the number two volume agent in Los Angeles and the number three agent in sales in California. In the first half of 2015, he sold $147,000,000, which included 20 homes over $5,000,000. By the end of the year, he completed $226,000,000. In 2016 he sold $303,000,000. 
“Is one of America’s most successful and sought-after luxury real estate agents”
Josh has been setting sales and price per square foot records in and around Beverly Hills since he began his career at the age of 18, while still in high school! Josh has sold the most expensive home ever in the flats of Beverly Hills and held the listing for two of the most expensive homes in the United States, one offered at $100,000,000 and the other offered at $150,000,000. 
His record-selling achievements include the highest-priced home sale in Brentwood Park which he sold twice within 30 days as well as the third most expensive home sold in Trousdale Estates, which was one of four sales Josh completed in Trousdale in that particular year. Flagg also sold the most expensive house in the history of Westwood at $ 13,000,000. Flagg’s keen eye for real estate allowed him to sell four houses in 2016, and resell every single one of them for his clients within a three-month span for a million dollars profit on each. Each one of these homes was priced between five and ten million dollars. In 2017, Josh sold one of the great estates of Los Angeles, the home of style icon Betsy Bloomingdale for just under $40,000,000 in an off-market transaction. He also sold six homes north of $15,000,000.”